Kendra Wilkinson has called out mummy-shamers in the BEST way 1 week ago

Kendra Wilkinson has called out mummy-shamers in the BEST way

Fair play to her.

Kendra Wilkinson has been praised for her candid post about the dangers of mummy-shaming.

The mum-of-two shared an open letter on her Instagram page on Sunday, admitting she didn't "get" the hate that she had been receiving over her parenting style.

She began:

"Anyone who says anything negative about me as a parent are only going against what my kids see in me. I don’t get the hate at all.

"We can sit here [and] judge each other as moms n parents all day but what good is that doing?

"The way your kids see u [and] love u is all that matters. We all have a story and that’s what makes us all unique.

"My kids and I’m sure yours would be devastated to know that grown ass adults are criticizing their mothers [and] fathers.

"We are all doing the best we can."

Anyone who says anything negative about me as a parent are only going against what my kids see in me. I don’t get the hate at all. We can sit here n judge each other as moms n parents all day but what good is that doing? The way your kids see u n love u is all that matters. We all have a story and that’s what makes us all unique. My kids and I’m sure yours would be devastated to know that grown ass adults are criticizing their Mothers n fathers. We are all doing the best we can. People have different stories but that doesn’t mean they are bad. It’s a shame that our kids have to grow up in a world of such harsh criticism. It’s only hurting our next generation n not helping. Stop the hate and stop the abuse but always encourage love n respect people’s ways. I love hearing people’s parenting techniques n would never judge someone unless there’s hate involved. ☺️🙏🏻😘

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She went on to discuss how just because some people may have different approaches to life, that doesn't mean one way is any better than another.

And it especially doesn't help anyone if they are hit with unnecessary (and uninvited) criticism.

Wilkinson continued:

"People have different stories but that doesn’t mean they are bad.

"It’s a shame that our kids have to grow up in a world of such harsh criticism. It’s only hurting our next generation [and] not helping.

"Stop the hate and stop the abuse but always encourage love [and] respect people’s ways.

"I love hearing people’s parenting techniques [and] would never judge someone unless there’s hate involved."